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Meet our members, read their stories and learn how they’re involved in the young trustees movement


Meet Tamanna Miah

Megan Raybould

02 December 2020

In this series we're sharing experiences, tips and ideas about trusteeship from our members here in the Young Trustee Movement Digital Hub. This week we’re excited to introduce Tamanna.


Meet Tina Bhartwas

Megan Raybould

23 November 2020

Tina became a Charity Trustee for the North Herts and Stevenage CVS at the age of 18 whilst studying for her A Levels. She is currently the lead board member for the #TeamHerts Volunteering Project. Read more about her trustee journey.


Anonymous story: My Trustee Board Is Holding Back My Charity

Mita Desai

10 November 2020

Hearing the stories and learning from the experiences of young people is one of the most powerful tools we have to make change. However, we often hear stories that would expose those young people to undue risk of reprisal. So today we are sharing such a story anonymously. I interviewed a young person who works for an organisation and feels their trustee board is holding the potential of their charity back. Outside of their day job they also serve as a Young Trustee on other boards.


Charity Board Diversity: When it Doesn’t Work

Sara Fernandez

03 November 2020

Inclusion is not simply existing in a space, it is thriving and belonging. Our day 3 theme for #TrusteesWeek2020 is therefore to highlight the voices that are at the sharp end of exclusion on boards. We teamed up with Oxford Hubs to bring this blog.

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